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Denon AVRX250BT 5.1 AV Receiver (Black) £149 @ Richer sounds
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Denon AVRX250BT 5.1 AV Receiver (Black) £149 @ Richer sounds

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Posted 16th Nov 2018

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5.1 channels

5 HDMI inputs, 1 out. 3 inputs being HDCP 2.2

70w x5

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if only it had Pro logic or neo surrounded for my 2.0 source's
Pricklerickle1 m ago

if only it had Pro logic or neo surrounded for my 2.0 source's


It has Pro logic II
Pricklerickle16/11/2018 16:58

if only it had Pro logic or neo surrounded for my 2.0 source's


Pretty much any receiver made within the last twenty years or so will have some kind of pro-logic or surround sound spoofing technology, it's a pretty basic standard feature. The better pro-logic 2 came a bit later but it's still been standard for 10 years plus.

Personally would be far more impressed if it had atmos but I guess that is too much to hope for at this price?
Does this support 4k etc...
studentprince4 m ago

Does this support 4k etc...


Yes but no Dolby Atmos tho
ST312313 m ago

Pretty much any receiver made within the last twenty years or so will have …Pretty much any receiver made within the last twenty years or so will have some kind of pro-logic or surround sound spoofing technology, it's a pretty basic standard feature. The better pro-logic 2 came a bit later but it's still been standard for 10 years plus. Personally would be far more impressed if it had atmos but I guess that is too much to hope for at this price?


7 channels for £150 would be really impressive
Edited by: "rev6" 16th Nov 2018
I’ll ask while people are about
Anyone know of a device that has HDMI ARC compatibility that can be patched into an old HDMI barren Amp?

Before I convince the wife into letting me part with too much cash, I’d like to get my old Panasonic SA-HE9 setup to the TV.
Oneday7716/11/2018 17:29

I’ll ask while people are about Anyone know of a device that has HDMI A …I’ll ask while people are about Anyone know of a device that has HDMI ARC compatibility that can be patched into an old HDMI barren Amp? Before I convince the wife into letting me part with too much cash, I’d like to get my old Panasonic SA-HE9 setup to the TV.


It has ARC
rev616/11/2018 17:32

It has ARC


Yeah this does but I meant something I could use to add ARC to an old amp, if you see what I mean.
Oneday7716/11/2018 17:53

Yeah this does but I meant something I could use to add ARC to an old amp, …Yeah this does but I meant something I could use to add ARC to an old amp, if you see what I mean.


I really don't know about that sorry.
rev613 m ago

I really don't know about that sorry.


No worries, worth a try
ST31231 h, 4 m ago

Pretty much any receiver made within the last twenty years or so will have …Pretty much any receiver made within the last twenty years or so will have some kind of pro-logic or surround sound spoofing technology, it's a pretty basic standard feature. The better pro-logic 2 came a bit later but it's still been standard for 10 years plus. Personally would be far more impressed if it had atmos but I guess that is too much to hope for at this price?


so it has Pro logic 2, richer sounds spec are sometimes a bit hard to read, i only need 5.1 so good for me 😁, i just need Pro logic 2 for when watching tv or 2.1
will it be better than yahama 467
Oneday7716/11/2018 17:29

I’ll ask while people are about Anyone know of a device that has HDMI A …I’ll ask while people are about Anyone know of a device that has HDMI ARC compatibility that can be patched into an old HDMI barren Amp? Before I convince the wife into letting me part with too much cash, I’d like to get my old Panasonic SA-HE9 setup to the TV.


You mean to send the sound from the TV back into the amp? My TV (LG OLED) also includes optical as one it’s options for the ARC. Works a treat and you don’t have to put up with the capriciousness of HDMI handshaking.
liveinabin16/11/2018 18:28

You mean to send the sound from the TV back into the amp? My TV (LG OLED) …You mean to send the sound from the TV back into the amp? My TV (LG OLED) also includes optical as one it’s options for the ARC. Works a treat and you don’t have to put up with the capriciousness of HDMI handshaking.


Yeah something like that.
I hate having to use a separate remote for volume. My current Samsung Soundbar works fine with the HDMI ARC but I wanted to get 5.1 back in the room.
An all in one remote isn’t an option, it’s bad enough showing the wife one with 7 buttons on it.
Pretty sure the TV doesn’t do optical ARC, will need to double check.
i never could get mine tv too use hdmi arc, optical easier for me
Oneday772 h, 48 m ago

Yeah something like that. I hate having to use a separate remote for …Yeah something like that. I hate having to use a separate remote for volume. My current Samsung Soundbar works fine with the HDMI ARC but I wanted to get 5.1 back in the room. An all in one remote isn’t an option, it’s bad enough showing the wife one with 7 buttons on it. Pretty sure the TV doesn’t do optical ARC, will need to double check.


No, an all-in-one remote is a must, but it’s got to be a Logitech harmony. I’ve got one and I even set one up for my old mum. There’s a ‘Watch TV’ button that just turns everything on and sets up all the inputs itself. After that, the little screen just shows your favourite channels. Dead easy.

Anyway, back to audio. If your TV has an optical port, you can just set the TV to output all audio to that. Optical will do 5.1 Dolby Digital just fine (though that’s its limit).
looking at getting some 2nd hand Kef 750 speakers which also has a ket centre speaker, All I want it for is movies and to stream Spotify so I'm guessing this will do the job nicely?? seems good price as well!
Just went for the avrx550bt for £219 instead.
JasonScott17/11/2018 19:27

Just went for the avrx550bt for £219 instead.


What made you get that one? Just wondering
My 12+ year old onkyo 9.1 channel is on its way out... lost the centre and subwoofer channels.

Personally looking for 5.2.2 with 4k HDR passthru as a minimum at the greedy 250 mark...
Any suggestions. Denon 2400 looks good but slightly over budget
AbuG17/11/2018 19:39

My 12+ year old onkyo 9.1 channel is on its way out... lost the centre and …My 12+ year old onkyo 9.1 channel is on its way out... lost the centre and subwoofer channels.Personally looking for 5.2.2 with 4k HDR passthru as a minimum at the greedy 250 mark... Any suggestions. Denon 2400 looks good but slightly over budget


The 2400 is probably the best you can get right now for the price. £300 in-store
rev69 m ago

The 2400 is probably the best you can get right now for the price. £300 …The 2400 is probably the best you can get right now for the price. £300 in-store


Yeah gonna give it till next week see what else becomes available
rev617/11/2018 19:28

What made you get that one? Just wondering

If I'm being honest, 8 cans of Heineken.
JasonScott1 m ago

If I'm being honest, 8 cans of Heineken.


I would have probably gone for the Marantz NR1508. That or the 2400 (if available close by)
Edited by: "rev6" 17th Nov 2018
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